Tag Archives: St. Joseph’s University

How Dr. Mark Reed is building St. Joseph’s University into a 21st-century learning institution

Marc Kramer

In 2015, the board of trustees at St. Joseph's University elected Dr. Mark Reed as the first lay president in the Jesuit institution's 165-year history. In his time leading the university, Reed has found quick acceptance among the faculty because of his energy, directness and always present sense of humor. Here, he discusses his vision for St. Joseph's, and how a 21st-century university can best serve its students.

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Former POW Ralph Galati helps veterans become entrepreneurs

Marc Kramer

In 1972, while serving in the Air Force during the Vietnam War, Ralph Galati was shot down and captured. He spent the next 14 months at the infamous Hanoi Hilton prison — the same place where senator and former presidential candidate John McCain was famously held. This horrible experience didn’t keep Galati from having a successful career at IBM. Today, he runs the St. Joseph's University (SJU) Office of Veterans Services, which encourages military veterans to launch their own businesses.

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